The Holland Central School Board approved a new tax break for veterans in the district. Approved applicants will see a reduction in the next school year.
Elementary students in the Holland School District had a unique, science-themed class last week as they learned about and built tornadoes out of some classic toys that are now being used to teach various technical concepts.
The wait is over, East Aurora—finally, the rumors have been confirmed concerning what store was taking residence in the former Ames space in the Grey Street Plaza. Representatives from Benderson Development attended the East Aurora Village Board meeting earlier this week to present their plans to open a T.J.Maxx store.
The Iroquois School Board received a presentation from Nancy DiLonardo, deputy director of Real Property Tax Services for Erie County, on the veterans property tax exemption at their Jan. 14 meeting. The board took no action, but decided to continue the veterans exemption discussion at the Feb. 11 board meeting and at the upcoming budget work sessions starting Feb. 4.
The latest winter and spring catalog for the East Aurora Community Education programs has been released. There are nearly 50 courses offered between Feb. 1 and June 30, as well as hundreds of online courses.
East Aurora resident Lisa Belz and her husband, Mark, found out they couldn’t have children five years after they got married. Twenty years and five adopted children later, the Belz home continues to be open to youngsters in need.
The Iroquois High School Band recently congratulated senior flutist Erin Keppner for being selected as a member of the 2014 New York State School Music Association Conference All State Symphony Orchestra.
After their first loss against Starpoint last week, it was back to winning ways for the Iroquois Choppers swim team with a meet against Alden and Amherst this week.